Moscow is a massive city with all the amenities of a modern metropolis, but it also has a wealth of historical attractions that make it a great place to visit. The city has over 300 museums and galleries, 150 theaters and concert halls, 50 palaces and 10 cathedrals. It's no wonder that Moscow is considered one of the most beautiful cities in Europe!
Most expats who live in Moscow live in some of its more popular neighborhoods: Arbat Street; Central district, Kitay-Gorod (Russian for “Chinatown”), Pushkin Square, Baumanskaya street, Tverskoy Boulevard (Tverskaya Street), Bolshoi Theatre District, Presnensky District, and VDNH Park.
Moscow is the perfect place to live if you're looking for a Russian experience. The city boasts world-class theaters, art galleries, and museums, as well as beautiful parks and gardens. If you want to experience the local economy without having to live it firsthand, Moscow has plenty of markets where you can buy fresh produce and meat directly from farmers or local hunters—or even try your hand at making some traditional Russian dishes yourself!